and summary of today's programmes for the Forces
Records of the Andrews Sisters, the rhythm harmony trio
Exercises for men
A thought for today
followed by Programme Parade
Details of some of today's broadcasts
A talk about what to eat and how to cook it, by Mrs. Ingillson
Records of music from the London theatre, past and present
Introductory music: Prelude for oboe and orchestra (Bach)
Order of Service
Theme: "After this manner pray"
Come, my soul, thy suit prepare (A.M. 527, vv. 1, 2, 5; S.P. 473, vv. 1, 2, 4; Rv. C.H. 450, vv. 1, 2, 5. Tune: Vienna)
Reading, St. Matthew vi, 5-15
Prayers and Lord's Prayer
Take up thy Cross (A.M. 263, S.P. 119, omitting v. 2. Tune: Breslau)
by Edward Harvey
News commentary and interlude
from p. 25 of ' New Every Morning ' and p. 46 of ' Each Returning Day'
on gramophone records
Topical notes on wartime health, mainly by doctors
11.0 Music and movement for infants
11.20 Speech training for Scottish schools
Anne H. McAllister , D.Sc.
11.40 Talks for sixth forms
Belgium: Charles Tower
on gramophone records
All sorts of people will tell us how! why, and where we should grow more food
BBC Symphony Orchestra
Leader, Paul Beard
Conducted by Leslie Heward
2.0 Travel talks
'Through the tropical forests of Northern Brazil': K.G. Grubb
2.15 Interval music
2.20 'If I were British'
'Why should there be slums? '
Written by David Scott Daniell
2.40 Orchestral concert series
A talk on Vaughan Williams's overture 'The Wasps', the principal item in next week's concert for schools
A recording of last Sunday's broadcast
played by Eiluned Davies
Eiluned Davies was born in London in 1913. At the age of fifteen she gained an open scholarship for piano playing to the Royal College of Music where she studied under Kathleen Long for four years. Subsequently, she became a pupil of Frida Kindler (Mrs. van Dieren). In 1936 she gave her first London piano recital at the Aolian Hall and she has given several broadcasts since her first in May 1937.
Health in wartime by a Harley Street physician
with Marjorie Westbury, Alan Robinson, Courtney Hope, Lester Mudditt
Sgwrs gan Tom Jones
(A talk in Welsh)
5.20 Our serial story
' Winter holiday '—Part 10 by Arthur Ransome , told by Mac followed by ' Living under water' a talk by Frank Gillard
5.55 Children's Hour Epilogue
followed by National and Regional announcements
A national magazine dealing with some of the things that are being thought, said, and done all over
Introduced by Peter Fettes
Written by Charles Penrose
Produced by Ernest Longstaffe
The Pig and Whistle Chorus and Orchestra
' The critic and the audience '
Playgoers' tastes considered by Lionel Hale , L. A. G. Strong , and some members of the audience
A radio filmagazine introducing
Hollywood gossip* and news
First-hand gossip and back-stage news of your favourite movie-stars
Films in the making
Excerpts from the shooting of '49th
Parallel', directed and produced by •Eel Well; Production Supervisor, Harold Boxall
Sound-track from new films to be seen in British cinemas this and next week
' M.O.I, presents'
A radio version of the latest
Ministry of Information propaganda film
' They also serve '
Bringing to the microphone the men and women behind the camera
This week : David Lean , cutter of Bernard Shaw 's 'Major Barbara a Gabriel Pascal production recently completed at the Denham Studios and ' Music from the movies '
Special arrangements of selections and hit-numbers from the latest filmusicals, played by Louis Levy and his Orchestra Presented by Douglas Moodie
Portraits chosen from the Prologue to Chaucer's Canterbury Tales by George Dyson
1 Prologue; 2 The Knight ; 3 The
Nun; 4 The Monk; 5 The Haberdasher and his Fraternity : The Merchant ; 6 The Serjeant of the Law : The Franklin ; 7 The Doctor of Physic ; 8 The Wife of Bath ; and 9 L'envoi performed by Isobel Baillie (soprano)
David Lloyd (tenor)
William Parsons (baritone)
Chorus-master, Leslie Woodgate
Leader, Paul Beard
Conducted by the composer
Sonata for flute, viola, and harp played by Gordon Walker (flute)
Max Gilbert (viola)
Marie Goossens (harp)
with his Orchestra